Dear Friends and Neighbors,

thank you so much for your interest in my handmade face masks.

At this point I am still producing masks for donation to local hospitals, which is my priority.

However, I learned from the many emails I got that there is also a real need in the community. So,

I donate at least one mask for every mask I sell.

This will help me offset the rent for my closed business in Potomac Village.

About the Masks:

My mask design was developed by me in cooperation with local ER doctors and nurses. The pattern and a video tutorial are available for free below if you want to make some.
They have strings, not elastics, which I find more comfortable (though I can also make them with elastics for you, even both).

The material is a double layer of medium weight, dense cotton. Pre-washed.
The masks are machine washable, best in a small sweater net.
Do not dry them in a dryer.

The cost to you is $25 per mask, which includes sponsoring another, and I will try my very best to get them ready for you ASAP.

You can pay by PayPal HERE or with cash or check at pick-up.
Please send me an email to specify male/female/adult/child at anja@fiberart.studio

I will let you know when your order is ready for pick-up from the mailbox of my house, or I deliver in the Bethesda/Potomac/Rockville/Chevy Chase are.

Shipping the masks is an additional $5.

Thank you so much for your kind words and interest.

Be well,

Anja Caldwell



MAKE MASKS YOURSELF

Below are two online tutorials on how to sew your own masks.

One for a sewing machine, the other by hand.

The tutorials above are free, but if you like what you see, you can show your appreciation to a fiber artist's work and click below to


(I have no idea why this logo above is so big all the sudden, but I have no IT staff to change it - sorry!)